Thursday, February 7, 2019 Castle of Our Skins concert at Keene State College NH

Castle of Our Skins, a performance and educational ensemble, will do a three-day residence at Keene State College this week as part of Black History Month.
KEENE -- The Boston-based chamber ensemble Castle of Our Skins will perform "Hot, Cool and the Boogie Woogies" as part of Black History Month celebrations at Keene State College.

The 7:30 p.m. show Friday at the Redfern Arts Center on campus will feature works by African American composers Florence Price, David Baker and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

KSC faculty pianist Christina Wright-Ivanova will perform with the group.

Tickets are $25; $7 for KSC students. For information, visit or call 358-2168.

Castle of Our Skins is a concert and educational series formed in 2003 by violinist Ashleigh Gordon and composer/performer Anthony Green, and dedicated to celebrating black artistry through classical music. 

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